Britains Got Talent viewers fume as they are sick of young acts
Britain’s Got Talent: Bruno uses his Golden Buzzer
Britain’s Got Talent judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli sat on their panel for another round of auditions.
Kicking off the show was Banji’s Class, a teacher and his pupils performing their original song “New King” in tribute to King Charles.
As their performance came to an end, Simon kicked off their feedback and explained: “Sometimes when you see these school acts, no one is smiling.
“And everyone looks miserable but this was the opposite, brilliant, fun, very British, just what we are looking for.”
Amanda added: “Honestly, I think if King Charles was sat up in the box now he would have absolutely loved it.”
Both Alesha and Bruno loved the act too, with all four judges putting the act through to the next stage.
Straight after Banji’s class was Boycanto, a theatre group that performed their rendition of “Revolting Children” from the musical Matilda.
Commenting on their act, Alesha revealed: “My daughter is obsessed with Matilda and I think children are going to love you.
“Your passion and energy was fantastic,” before Bruno exclaimed: “Oh kids! The attitude was spot on, your energy was spot on, your so bad and I loved it.”
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All four judges said yes to the group, but viewers watching at home were left fed up with the number of kids’ acts which had been shown this year.
Taking to their Twitter accounts, [email protected] asked: “Is this kids got talent? #bgt.”
@MrJ9_FFC commented: “Is this the irritating twatty kids special? #BGT #BritainsGotTalent.”
@kisshufan4ever fumed: “We need a kids version of #bgt I’m sick of these kid acts #BritainsGotTalent.”
@devil_mick claimed: “#BGT need a kids version.”
@KAT3MIDDLET0N shouted: “MORE KIDS YOU JOKING #BGT.” (sic)
However, not all viewers of the show were annoyed by the children’s act, as @boniface_lyn penned: “#BGT There only kids, there are nor professionals.
“Negative comments, can you do any better…If that was your child, sister or brother, would you like the negative comments…” (sic)
Britain’s Got Talent airs Saturday from 8pm on ITV.
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